The high school boys swimming season is in the books, and while no team finished better than fifth, two competitors did take home first place finishes at the Indiana University Natatorium on IUPUI’s campus.
Tippecanoe Valley has earned a trip to Indianapolis by beating a Three Rivers Conference rival in Saturday’s semi-state game. The Vikings advanced with a 60-45 win over Rochester.
For the second straight year, the Canterbury girls basketball team is heading to the IHSAA 2A state championship game. The Cavaliers defeated the Wabash Apaches 57-39 at the Warsaw Semi-State on Saturday.
Homestead’s 2014-2015 girls basketball team continued to rewrite the school’s history book Saturday. The Spartans will play for their first IHSAA 4A state championship after topping Merrillville, 66-52.
A list of boys high school basketball scores from across Indiana on Friday night.
NHC champion Homestead went into By Hey Arena and topped the SAC champion North Side Redskins 75-61 behind 25 points from McDonald’s All-American Caleb Swanigan.
The Homestead girls basketball team is looking to earn the program’s first ever semistate title this Saturday as the 4A no. 4 Spartans play 4A no. 10 Merrillville at Crown Point at 3:30 p.m.
Two Canterbury seniors will no longer have to think about where to play colleigate baseball as they take the diamond for their final high school season this spring. On Thursday, Cavaliers’ corner infielder Ben Yurkanin inked with Taylor University, while infielder Tom Filus committed to Ave Maria University out of Florida.
The Fort Wayne city tournament begin with first round action Wednesday night as Homestead edged Bishop Dwenger 2-1 and the FW Bruins topped Summit City 4-3 in triple overtime.
Homestead High School seniors Adam Newport and Ben Schwartz will be teammates on the next level as both signed to play baseball at Manchester University on Wednesday night.
Caleb Swanigan tallied 24 points to become Homestead’s all-time leading scorer as the 4A no. 4 Spartans topped Northrop 77-52 to headline area prep basketball action on Tuesday.
The Canterbury girls basketball team will be looking to win the program’s fourth consecutive semistate championship and seventh since 2008 as the Cavaliers prepare to face Wabash in 2A play Saturday at 4 p.m. in Warsaw.